Ernest TUCK (aka Chan) [1899-1971]
Ernest Tuck was in the ASC division of the Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps. During the December 1941 hostilities he was assigned to the Army Field Bakery at Deepwater Bay, where he worked with Staff-Sergeant Patrick Sheridan, who paid tribute to the value of his contribution.
After the surrender he was held at the camp in North Point, and then sent to Shamshuipo.
Patrick John Sheridan, Unpublished Memoir (kindly sent to me by Helen Dodd and her sisters)
Note: Sheridan gives his first name as 'Jan' - either a mistake or a nickname.